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RED CLOUD, XEHRASKA. J AX U Alt Y 2i, 11)01.
RADICAL PRICE REDUCTIONS.
It is nearing the time for displays of the new, bright
Spring Merchandise. For the balance of January
we are making some very interesting reductions
in various departments.'
Golf Glove, CO and GOc grades, per pair 39c
Golf Gloves, 30 and 25c grades, per pair 19c
Fascinators and Shawls, 50c grado for 39c
Fascinators and Shawls, 30o grado for 9c
Fascinators and Shawls, tl 25 grape for 82c
Knit Underskirts, 75c grade for 60c
Knit Underskirts, fl 50 and tl 75 grade for. . . 11.20
500 yards 10c Flannelettes,
per yard Uv
Standard Chocolate Prints, JA
10 yards for HI V V
Neck Ribbons in fancy and plain colors,
23 to 80 wid, worth 10 to 25c, yard
27-inch Mercerized Wnisting in plaiu and fancy weaves, in
Puuamn, Etnmiuos. Voiles, Madrases, Cliullles, Oxfords, etc.
Instead of 81.25, price now 95c
Instead of 91.00, price now 80c
Instead of 75c, price now 55c
Instead of GOc, price now 45c
Instead of 50c, price now 40c
Instead of 35c, prico now 23c
Colored Drtss Fabrics. 27 inches wide, a wide
range of patterns, yard 10, I2Mi 15, 18c
Colored Dress Fabric Novelties, 38 in. wido,
per yard 25, 30,35, 40c
Drillantinos in blacks and colors,
pur yard 50c, 75c, Sf , $1.25, S1.50, $1.75
Black goods in Novelty putters, 372C, 45c,
(J5c, 00c, 81 ynrd, worth 15 to 25o per yard more
Our INVADER Sowing Machino at81C is ono or
the best values to bo found. It contains all the
latest improvements and looks as well as any 825
ninclilne. They nro made by experienced and
skilled workmen iu ono of the largest factories in
tho world. A complete set of attachments f
with every machine. Written guarantee. lO
Tho FIELD machino, a regular 835 to 4EOfy
$-5 machino in most stores, but here Jj(Z3
Every garment marked in plain figures. When
we advertise 1-4 or 1-3 off, that is what we mean.
Prices are not raised for the occasion, but remain
at the same price marked earlier in the season.
During balance of January,'' jive 1-3 off on every
article in our stock. '' '
$15 Garment $10$6 Garment $4-$12 Garment $8
5 last season's garments at 1-3 of thrir marked
price, or $21 garment for $7, a $12 garment for $4.
For Wolsts, Kimonos, Wroppors, etc. Somo splendid values,
18o grado 15c
lfio grado '. 12 l-2c
l'-'o grade 0c
"Satisfaction or money ba.ck."
Corn is about all gathered.
Will Watson has bought the Colum
bus Wykt ff farm. Will is ono of our
Mrs. Dr. Morrison is still on the sick
Ed. Super, our hardware man, Is talk
ing of going west.
W. S. CUrK is getting along nicely
sinco ho had the cancer retnovid from
Geo. Lohr Isabou: on tho sick list
and says ho thinks it is cholera in
The creamery people are putting up
some tine ice. This is one of tlio best
creameries in the state aad is well
It is said that tho Womer black
smith has been to tho land of Nod, but
has come back and is ready for busi
W. Watson sold a nice bunch of stock
hogs to Ed. Mathes.
Womer will soon have telephone con
nection with both.rallroads.
Fred Brown has been hauling hay to
The hotel is doing a flourishing busi
ness under the management of Mrs.
Most of the cattle feeders have laid
in plenty of coin and are prepared to
feed their cattle to a finish. Quite a
number have sold their fat cattle.
Sales are quite numerous and all
k n is of stock Bell well. Any old horso
is worth money now.
Light hogs sell high.
ngiiln aftt-r being crippled up
rheumatism tin- pist two weeks.
Outer (tiiuuon of Cunpbull was
lhi9 city Wednesday.
F. G. Took r is on the sick list.
John Yost Is lllling his Ice housu.
Frank Whout of Hasting has tout
cd L. H.i d'd house and willmovo into
Tho northern bear blew his uoso
vr r h ird last Sunday.
Lster Amack is improving
rapidly Unit hopos aro entertained
his compluto recovery sojn.
Clarence and Cora Keed were visit
ing in Garlield Tuesday evuning.
Claries Wolf and Wm. Kent shipped
their fat stock t j market last Monday.
The surprise party at tho homo of
S. D. Andrus on tho 21st to appiiso his
wife of the flight of time was a success.
The cold weather Sunday and Mon
day made tho attendance small at tho
protracted meetings now in progress at
Ash Cret-k M. E. church.
Mrs. Charlrs Alles is able to be up
again. They have a twelvo pound son
to assist in the farm work.
Jewelers ft Opticians
R. S. Denny, who has been
sick, is slowly recovering.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Cling went to
Lincoln last Thursday, where Mrs.
Cling will rocdvo medical troatmont.
Quite a number of persons from
neighboring places attended the double
funerul service at Eckley church Sun
day. A shadow was cast over this neigh
borhood last Frlduy when it was
learned tho injury suclainod by Thomas
Howuidlast Tucsdav, by being kicked
by a horso, had proved fatal. And
wit n it was learned that Burt Hender
son bad boon thrown from a horse and
killed the neighborhood wus shocked
as novur boforo. Thomas Howard was
born in Wobstor county April 22, 1880,
it ml died Juuuaiy 22, 1004, aged 23
years and I) montns. George Bui ton
Henderson was also born in this
county, March 10, 1882, died January
22, 1001. nged 21 year, 9 months aud
days. These young men were cousins
and were grnudsons of Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas Finniy, who aro among the
oldest settlor of this county. Funeral
services weio conducted at Eckley M.
R church by Hev Hutchins of Cowles
and tho remains were hid to rust in
Stillwater ceinetory. Both young mun
were of exemplary habits, iudustriouH
and of kind disposition, hrnored and
tospectcd by all who knew tin m.
Charles Collins is talking of going to
Oregon to live.
Hallii Moore visited old friendsln
Line last week.
Bert Stevens reports from Grand
Island that he had been exposed to
smallpox and was quarantined.
Mr. Roclior of Oklahoma will be hero
on business Boon.
Hiram Boyco of Fountain, Ok'ahoma,
visited old friends in Lnn recently and
reports all former Webstor county
people pleased with their now home.
Mayor Carter H. Harrison will aid in
kindling the altar fires; and thus will
the people's dread indignation be ap
peased. Nothing untoward will befall Mayor
Carter H. Harrison Chicago has not
But his is the crime; and his will bo
tho punishment at tho lost, when jus
tice is administered by One who is not
"And tho Lord said unto Cain, whoro
exhilarating, where fuel Is abundant
aud cheap, for from 115 an aore up.
The North Platte valley, extending
from Bridgeport, Nebr., to Guernsey,
Wyo., and the Big Horn.BMia, Wyom
ing, have been but recently made
available for settlement by the exten
sion of the Burlington railroad Into
those section. The irrigating com
panies must have settlers along their
ditches and they offer substantial in-.
documents in tho shape of low priced
is Abel, thy brother? And ho said, 1 water rights and lanas.
Sunday night was the' coldest of the
win'or', the tucrinoinotor registering 14
dogreus below zero.
Mrs. Mary Yarno is quito bick with
Joseph Chevalior was doing business
in this city Monday and Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Joo Koons of North
Platto are visiting Mrs. Koons' parents,
Mr. and Mrs. A. Heed.
Quito a nujiber from this vicinity
attended tho Hogate sale Inst Wednesday.
Frof, Koarna of Lincoln lectured at
tho M. E. ohuroh Sunday afternoon.
Lafo Boyd has moved his.barber shop
into tho Kimmol building.
Mrs. Tuppor of Hlverton is tho guost
of her sister, Mis. Uattlett.
J. L. Baker and Floyd Williams were
in Campbell Saturday.
11. L, Boyd h able t(i boon the streets
Mayor Harrison, Guilty.
Whatever may bo tho final outcome
of ofllclal inquiry concerning tho
Iroquois theater disaster in Chicago,
of ono thing wo cau bo very suro iu
ndvauce; full justice will not bo done.
Chicago has not tho courago for thnt.
Punishment will never roach tho
one tnnu who, more than all others
together, is responsible for tho wnutou
saorillco of those GOO human livos.
That man Is M-yor Carter II. Har
rison. Truo, tho coroner's jury, charged
with tho duty of Investigation, speaks
u mild word of blnmo for his conduct
of affairs; but in nil human proba
bility there tho matter will end.
Lossor men than ho will bear tho
brunt of consuro, of ignominy, of im
molation, porhaps of ntouomont in
felon strips. Ho will escape. Yet it is
no stretching of fact or fancy to say
that his Ik tho blood-guiltiness.
Mayor Cartor H. Harrison paid Ills
political debts by filling a multltudo
of olilccB with professional politicians
and party hangors-on; men who had
nothing to commend them beyond
tholr hervico of his need- mon whoso
loftiest ideal of public obligation is
written in tho sordid linos of mi itch
ing palm men of tho class whoso very
existence in any community puts upon
civic respectability a taint of putridity.
To such men, because they had
holpod him to IiIh place, Mayor Cartor
II. Harrison delegated a sharo of tho
ofllclal trust roposed In him by tho
pooplo. Ho know what ho wns doing.
Ho know what ninnnor of men theso
When tho hour of trial camo, thoso
creatures of his woro found wnntiug.
Tho cost of their wretched iucompo
tonco, their gross neglect of duty,
tholr Infamous trulllo in oillclnl power,
wus tho dea h of COO women and
children and tho desolation of un
For tho torrlblo catastrophe and its
terrible consequouces, Mayor Carter
H. Harrison is damned in tho mind of
every man who thinks. .
But no court will try him; no jury
will put n stigma upon his name; tho
pross of that great city will koop ab
Hiimt nlfinlnis w'll bo made of somo
dozen or score of pretty folk; no doubt
know not; am I my brothor's keeper?
And tho Lord said, What hast thou
done? Tho volco of thy brothor's
blood crloth unto Me from tho ground."
Ono day Mayor Cartor H. Harrison
will hoar that volco. For ho did this
Sometling from nothing a garden
from a desert. Such is the history of
irrigated fections. Take land that sells
for lifty cents an ucre, put water on it
aud it sells for what? Thoro are
quaters of land in irrigated sections of
Colora'do thnt cannot bo purchased for
120,000 00 and which cam a remnnora
tivo interest on that valuation.
And yet you can purchase irrigated
lands where tho soil is perfect beyond
oolief, whero tho water supply is
plentiful and inexhaustible, whore
climatic, conditions are hiulthful and
How long will this conditions con
9 Nono may cay suroly. but it won't be
for long, and the sooner you invest the
cheapor will jou bo able to do so, for
tho advance is just as sure as has been
the advance in the price of similar
lands in other- si otionB. For further'
information write' to J. Francis,
General passonger agent, Burlington
INFLAMMATORY KIIEUMATISM CURED IN
Morton L. 11111. of Lebanon. Ind., aaya; "My
wlto had Inflammatory KbeumatlMn in ertfry
muscle and Joint; her iiifTorltiff wai terrible
nud her body and face were swollen almost be
yond recognition; bad been In bod nix weeks
mid bad eight phyrtclana, but received no
benefit until sho tried tbe Myntlc Core for
Hlieumatlam. It Rave Immediate relief and
(the wiu able- to walk about In three daya. I am
Ktiro It saved her life." Sold by.II. E. Grlce,
DniKRl't. Red Cloud. s
Fifty Years the Standard
Improvos tlii flavor and adds to
tho hoalthfulnoss of tho food.
PHICt BAKING POWDER OOu OHIOAOO.
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